Nikki Nurtures | Matcha Smoothie Bowl Recipe
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Matcha Smoothie Bowl Recipe

According to, matcha green tea “has been shown in research to boost metabolism, and slow or halt the growth of cancer cells.” It’s also packed with nutrients and a clean source of energy. Unlike coffee, the caffeine in matcha creates an “alert calm”… you basically don’t get the jitters or the crash.

What are other added benefits of matcha? 

1. Helps regulate blood sugar

2. Offers partially fermented or fully fermented tea leaves which is great for gut health

3. It helps reduce your cortisol levels, which helps relieve inflammation and bloat

When using Matcha, a little goes a long way. 1 TSP for every cup of liquid is the recommendation. Also, it’s something that you should enjoy in moderation — like all things in life, too much of a good thing is still too much.

What is the best type of Matcha to use?

You’ll want to find high quality, organic matcha.  This one is my favorite and can be ordered from Amazon:


What does Mathca taste like? 

A good matcha should have vegetal taste. Personally, I find it to be full bodied and earthy. But, don’t worry, if you don’t like it’s natural taste, you can sweeten it.

Ok, now for the Matcha Smoothie Bowl recipe!


4oz Water
4oz Almond Milk
1 banana
1 Scoop Vegan Vanilla Protein Powder
1 tsp Matcha Powder
1 TBSP Organic Agave Nectar (optional)


I used 1 cup of honey dew melon, 2 TBSP shredded coconut, and 1 TBSP Chia Seeds and Flax Seeds. But, feel free to use any toppings you’d like. Strawberries, sliced almonds, and dark chocolate chips would be heavenly, too!

In a blender, combine water, almond milk, banana, protein, matcha, agave (optional), and a handful of ice. Pulse until smooth.

 Pour contents of blender into a bowl and top with fruit, seeds, nuts, or treats of choice. ENJOY! xoxo

Looking for a vegan protein powder?
Arbonne’s Vanilla Protein is vegan, non-gmo, and kosher. 

  • Sandra R.
    Posted at 13:02h, 01 September Reply

    Looks amazing even as healthy as it is!

  • Christine Luken
    Posted at 13:09h, 01 September Reply

    I’ve heard lots of great health benefits from matcha green tea! This recipe looks delicious. 🙂

  • Milena
    Posted at 18:07h, 01 September Reply

    I have been curious to try this one! I’l have to give it a try- thanks!

  • Joanne
    Posted at 18:12h, 01 September Reply

    I like that it helps regulate blood sugar levels. I have hypoglycemia so that’s something I’m always aware of.

  • Jasmine
    Posted at 20:11h, 01 September Reply

    I didn’t realize that smoothie bowls had that many benefits! I’ve always wanted to try and make a smoothies bowl but never tried now knowing the benefits has definitely motivated me.

    • Nikki Nurtures
      Posted at 16:11h, 07 September Reply

      They definitely pack a punch of vitamins and minerals!

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